Nanaimo News Bulletin

Information on warrant incorrect

A bench warrant was not issued in the case of Richard Sitar, charged with illegal dumping by the Regional District of Nanaimo.

Incorrect information provided to the News Bulletin was published in the Tuesday, Dec. 11 article, Regional district lays charges in illegal dumping cases.

Also in the Dec. 11 issue, the story Chamber scrutinizes budget for tax fairness,  incorrectly reported that industrial tax rates returned to parity with residential and commercial rates for the 2013 budget. Industrial tax rates will not return to parity until the 2014 budget. The News Bulletin regrets the errors and any inconvenience they may have caused.

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